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Issue: Vol 161, Issue 4161

5 Jun 2008
Payments to employees are not always taxable as remuneration, explains JOHN HODGSON
From: Tony Blair MP. To: Gordon Brown
Nick Goulding, the new president of the Chartered Institute of Taxation, discusses his aspirations for the year with ALLISON PLAGER
A recent case highlights aspects of the expenses rules for employment income. MIKE SCOLTOCK explains its impact
JULIE CAMERON offers a perspective on the service HMRC offer their 'customers'
Is a form 64-8 worth the paper it's written on, asks ROBERT CLUBB
Must a businessman's rental income be included in the VAT flat rate scheme?
Allocating main residence tax relief to a property partly used as a 'bed and breakfast' business
UK tax return obligations for a new non-resident
Do the latest money laundering regulations apply to everyone in tax practice?
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